The only child of Cobain and Hole songstress Courtney Love wore a brown-fringed cowboy jacket paired with a simple t-shirt and 70s-style flared jeans as she passed through the Los Angeles terminal.
She also wore her dark brown locks loose and a pop of red lipstick, while compromising plane comfort for fashion with a pair of thick black boots.
If that wasn't funny enough: Gorbachev—who provided the opening narration and epilogue for the album—shared the prize with former President Bill Clinton and Oscar-winner Sophia Loren, who also participated in the project.
Interestingly, Gorbachev did not actually attend the ceremony.
which reunited all our campers in the past…even though they had aged like 20 years and yes, this is hilarious no matter what way you slice it.
And now, everyone’s back, but we’re ten years later from the last time we saw them…even though everyone is still playing a much younger version of themselves, even though they’re two years older. While the Camp Firewood crew is all leaning hard into their ’90s looks, we have to talk about how Andy, played by the never-aging Paul Rudd, might be leaning into it a little too much.
Unhappy with the quality of the industry, Kim managed to lure South Korean director Shin Sang Ok into his country through an elaborate plan that involved kidnapping Shin and his wife, Choi Eun Hee.
Ben-Tor wonders if it was a gift from Mycerinus to the king of nearby Hazor, but he and his team won't know for sure until they've dug up the entire site.
Don't hold your breath for it to happen, though — Ben-Tor estimates it'll take 600 years to dig up the entire 200-acre site.
But the 25-year-old daughter of the late Nirvana frontman Kurt Cobain appeared calm and demure after touching down at LAX on Thursday.
Dressed head-to-toe in her signature grunge style, the star went braless as she was escorted through the airport by her security personnel.